MUSICROOM EXCLUSIVE Tanglewood: Crossroads Superfolk Acoustic Guitar - Whiskey Barrel Burst Satin

Instruments | Acoustic Guitar

Publisher: Tanglewood
Format: Instruments | Instrument

With the Crossroads range, Tanglewood have created a fantastic series of entry level guitars. While being very affordable, their stylish “Whiskey Barrel Burst” satin finish give them a real vintage look. Available in several body shapes, this is a great place to start for a guitar with a great look and sound.

This limited edition MusicRoom Exclusive model is an amendment of the popular TWCRSFCE electro acoustic guitar. This is the acoustic version and you won’t find it anywhere else. A fantastic guitar if you are shopping on a budget. The top, back and sides are made from Mahogany and feature the aforementioned “Whiskey Barrel Burst” satin finish.

  • SHAPE: Super Folk Cutaway
  • TOP: Hand Selected Genuine Mahogany
  • BACK: Mahogany
  • SIDES: Mahogany
  • NECK (MATERIAL): Mahogany
  • FINGERBOARD: Tech Wood
  • BRIDGE: Tech Wood
  • BINDING: N/A
  • SADDLE: ABS White, Compensating
  • NUT (WIDTH): ABS White (43mm)
  • SCALE LENGTH: 650mm
  • MACHINE HEADS: Chrome Die Cast
  • FINISH: Whiskey Barrel Burst Satin
  • EQ: N/A
  • STRINGS: Bronze Light
Published on: 23 November 2017
Catalogue No: TWCRSFC
 
     
       

        MUSICROOM EXCLUSIVE Tanglewood: Crossroads Superfolk Acoustic Guitar - Whiskey Barrel Burst Satin reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Build quality
        8.0
        Tone quality
        8.0
        Value for money
        8.0
        Overall rating
        8.0
        Scores 8.0 out of 10 based on 1 review
        8 out of 10

        Tracey

        Uk GB
        +
        I'm just learning so this is my first acoustic (I've been practicing on a classical) the way it feel and sounds is so rich and war and the fret board is so much easier to use, I can't put it down.
        I'm playing all the time and my husband can't stand my singing lol 😮😄🎵🎸🎶🎵🎤
        Confirmed purchase: 29 December 2017
        Published on: 31 January 2018